Estimation

In this lesson, we will learn how to estimate and solve problems using estimation.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.A classroom is measured 5.4 x 3.4 metres, measured to 1 d.p. Calculate the lower bound of the area of the room.

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Q2.James ran a distance of 400m in a time of 25.2 seconds. The distance of 400m was measured to the nearest 10 metres. The time of 25.2 was measured to the nearest tenth of a second. Work out the upper bound James' average speed.

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Q3.James ran a distance of 400m in a time of 25.2 seconds. The distance of 400m was measured to the nearest 10 metres. The time of 25.2 was measured to the nearest tenth of a second. Work out the lower bound James' average speed.

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Q4.Carl measured the length and width of a rectangle. He measured the length to be 19cm correct to the nearest centimetre. He measured the width to be 20cm correct to the nearest 10cm. Calculate the lower bound for the area of this rectangle.

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Q5.6 heights are listed, given to one decimal place: 4.6cm, 6.3cm, 9.8cm, 3.2cm, 5.7cm, 3.6cm. Work out the greatest possible mean.

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Q6.A circle has an area of 130cm^2 to the nearest 10cm^2. Work out the upper bound of the radius. Give your answer to 3 d.p.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.A classroom is measured 5.4 x 3.4 metres, measured to 1 d.p. Calculate the lower bound of the area of the room.

1/6

Q2.James ran a distance of 400m in a time of 25.2 seconds. The distance of 400m was measured to the nearest 10 metres. The time of 25.2 was measured to the nearest tenth of a second. Work out the upper bound James' average speed.

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Q3.James ran a distance of 400m in a time of 25.2 seconds. The distance of 400m was measured to the nearest 10 metres. The time of 25.2 was measured to the nearest tenth of a second. Work out the lower bound James' average speed.

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Q4.Carl measured the length and width of a rectangle. He measured the length to be 19cm correct to the nearest centimetre. He measured the width to be 20cm correct to the nearest 10cm. Calculate the lower bound for the area of this rectangle.

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Q5.6 heights are listed, given to one decimal place: 4.6cm, 6.3cm, 9.8cm, 3.2cm, 5.7cm, 3.6cm. Work out the greatest possible mean.

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Q6.A circle has an area of 130cm^2 to the nearest 10cm^2. Work out the upper bound of the radius. Give your answer to 3 d.p.

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Estimation

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Estimate the total cost of 32 books at Β£178 each and 57 markers at Β£22.30 each.

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Q2.Student A estimated that 23.5 x 91 = 1800. Student B estimated that 23.5 x 91.4= 2160. What did student B do?

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Q3.Work out an estimate for 9.97% of 3967

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Q4.Estimate the value of: 6.2 + 7.9 x 3.2 - 9.8

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Q5.I estimated that 7.85 x 29 = 240. Why is my estimated answer more than my exact answer?

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Q6.Find an estimate for √78

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Quiz:

Estimation

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Estimate the total cost of 32 books at Β£178 each and 57 markers at Β£22.30 each.

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Q2.Student A estimated that 23.5 x 91 = 1800. Student B estimated that 23.5 x 91.4= 2160. What did student B do?

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Q3.Work out an estimate for 9.97% of 3967

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Q4.Estimate the value of: 6.2 + 7.9 x 3.2 - 9.8

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Q5.I estimated that 7.85 x 29 = 240. Why is my estimated answer more than my exact answer?

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Q6.Find an estimate for √78

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Lesson summary: Estimation

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